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Serial No. went missing on my MacBook Pro

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Hey guys!

Have you ever met this?

I have been recently suffering from nVidia issues on my mid2012 i7 15" MBP. It freezes all the time, have little squares, and lines on screen, when frozen. It wouldn't be a problem, because I have Apple Care, BUT!

As far as I am experiencing these issues, my motherboard forgot it's serial no. It's like if I had already changed my logic board, it says "System Serial#".

I am working with Macs, I am repairing them since 2010, but I've never seen anything like this, and this machine's logic board hasn't been changed, that's for sure, bcz it's my own.

I attach some pictures, where you can see, that hardware monitor app recognizes that I have "switched" computer, but remembers an older machine (with my serial no.), which is quite similar.....

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0xrdv6o3f700qlu/AADPqFzOm-K0J32x6EWNpvp7a

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2012

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open

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Bearbeitet von: Andras ,

Titel:

Serial No. went missing on my MacBook Pro

Text:

Hey guys!
Have you ever met this?
-I have been recently suffering of nVidia issues on my mid2012 i7 15" MBP. It freezes all the time, have little squares, and lines on screen, when frozen. It wouldn't be a problem, because I have Apple Care, BUT!
+I have been recently suffering from nVidia issues on my mid2012 i7 15" MBP. It freezes all the time, have little squares, and lines on screen, when frozen. It wouldn't be a problem, because I have Apple Care, BUT!
As far as I am experiencing these issues, my motherboard forgot it's serial no. It's like if I had already changed my logic board, it says "System Serial#".
I am working with Macs, I am repairing them since 2010, but I've never seen anything like this, and this machine's logic board hasn't been changed, that's for sure, bcz it's my own.
I attach some pictures, where you can see, that hardware monitor app recognizes that I have "switched" computer, but remembers an older machine (with my serial no.), which is quite similar.....
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0xrdv6o3f700qlu/AADPqFzOm-K0J32x6EWNpvp7a

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2012

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Andras ,

Titel:

Serial No. went missing on my MacBook Pro

Text:

Hey guys!

Have you ever met this?

I have been recently suffering of nVidia issues on my mid2012 i7 15" MBP. It freezes all the time, have little squares, and lines on screen, when frozen. It wouldn't be a problem, because I have Apple Care, BUT!

As far as I am experiencing these issues, my motherboard forgot it's serial no. It's like if I had already changed my logic board, it says "System Serial#".

I am working with Macs, I am repairing them since 2010, but I've never seen anything like this, and this machine's logic board hasn't been changed, that's for sure, bcz it's my own.

I attach some pictures, where you can see, that hardware monitor app recognizes that I have "switched" computer, but remembers an older machine (with my serial no.), which is quite similar.....

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0xrdv6o3f700qlu/AADPqFzOm-K0J32x6EWNpvp7a

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2012

Status:

open